WiFiMedic reports the vital signs of your WiFi connection. If your device is associated to an access point the app can report information below.
Access point manufacturer name
Access point MAC address
Access point network name (SSID)
Access point signal strength in dBm (RSSI)
Access point channel
Access point security type (Open, WEP, WPA, or WPA2)
- IP address
- MAC Address
- Email single result or results history
- Custom name per result
- Clear results
We'll be looking to add additional features in future versions, so keep an eye out!
*** Note: Device WiFi must be disabled and re-enabled to take each successive reading. This is done by using the settings screen on the device. ***
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** FAQ **
Q: Will this app scan for WiFi networks?
A: No, this app only provides information about the device's WiFi connection. Please search web for "wifi scanner banned" for more info.
Q: Why do I have to toggle WiFi off/on to take a new reading?
A: Toggling the WiFi off/on in the app would make the app non compliant with app store rules.
Q: Why doesn't my data rate show 150 Mbps or 300 Mbps per second? I have a new 802.11n access point and my laptop is connected at 150 Mbps.
A: The app is reporting exactly what the operating system is providing as the "associated" data rate. The actual speed of the WiFi will be less than the associated data rate. iOS devices are single stream devices that are limited to 72 Mbps.
Q: Why can't the app report the IP address of the AP?
A: If you are using a consumer grade access point the IP address of the access point is most likely your gateway IP address. For enterprise access points the IP address can not be determined from information available about the WiFi connection.
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